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Despite Plummeting Cases, Fourth COVID Booster on the Way?

BY Sara Middleton TIMEMarch 7, 2022 PRINT

As the conflict unfolds in Ukraine, you’ll notice how swiftly the media is pivoting all our attention onto war and Eastern Europe – just forget about COVID and all the harm that ill-advised pandemic policies have caused citizens.  (Remember the Johns Hopkins study which found that lockdowns “have had little to no public health effects” but have “imposed enormous economic and social costs”?)

But many of us will NOT forget – we who have watched our loved ones suffer from the extreme impacts of mandates, socially-acceptable discrimination, job loss, and of course, COVID-19 itself (for which Big Pharma strongly suppressed early and innovative treatments).  And we will be watching carefully as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and other agencies continue to push for more and more COVID shots … including what might turn out to be a yearly booster shot.

“Follow the Science” or Do They Just Mean Follow the Agenda? FDA Reportedly Looking Forward to Annual COVID Shots

Citing the Wall Street Journal, the United Kingdom’s Daily Mail recently reported that the FDA has laid out possible plans to recommend yet another COVID shot dose for the general public within the next few weeks.  Allegedly, the government agency may even end up recommending an annual “booster” shot for most people.

This is despite the fact that local and state officials around the country are dropping vax and mask mandates like hot potatoes and that COVID cases in the U.S. have plummeted by nearly 90% since a mid-January 2022 surge and nearly 50% within just the past few weeks.

In the United States (and certain other countries, like Israel), a fourth dose of the mRNA COVID shot from either Pfizer or Moderna is already available and recommended for some Americans.  As the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) note on their website, anyone aged “12 years and older who are moderately or severely immunocompromised should receive a total of 4 doses of COVID-19 vaccine.”

That’s four doses of a novel gene therapeutic in under a year, at least for some individuals (and possibly most individuals soon enough).  Remember, this is a drug that:

  • Was originally sold to the public as the “only way to end the pandemic” and the best way to prevent transmission of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that supposedly causes COVID-19
  • Was quickly found to NOT stop transmission, but (at best) reduce the risk of severe disease, hospitalization, and death from COVID-19 – all of which are extremely unlikely, to begin with for the VAST majority of people
  • Has yet to amass any long-term safety data and has triggered a meteoric rise in adverse event reporting to the official U.S. vax safety surveillance system

This is also a drug that has been shrouded in secrecy by the very agencies tasked with researching its effectiveness and safety.

More and more doses – despite lack of transparency about shot safety evidence

A genuine question: have ANY COVID shot recipients been able to provide true informed consent to their first, second, third, and perhaps fourth dose?  We ask this, knowing that the CDC now admits to withholding COVID shot data in fear that it will lead to “misinformation.”

One has to wonder: what does this information contain, exactly?  Wouldn’t the public deserve to get as much official information as quickly as possible to make informed decisions about their personal health?

Wouldn’t the public also want to know, for example, that the CDC recently found that booster shots are not beneficial for people between the ages of 18 and 49?  Moreover, wouldn’t this information be of the utmost importance to the small but growing number of hospital systems around the United States mandating booster shots for their employees?

Bottom line: why mandate a drug that has not been shown to be helpful?  I thought we were supposed to “follow the science.”

Republished from NaturalHealth365

Sources for this article include:

Dailymail.co.uk
Moneycontrol.com
CDC.gov
NYpost.com
JHU.edu
Beckershospitalreview.com

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